Product Name: CPA Income Boss
Product Owner: Sam Mann, Jason Finley
Advertised Price: $17
What Is It?
A 26 page PDF on how to set up PPC ads for a less-known ad network.
CPA income boss barely passes as an information product because the content is so thin. There was some useful information on setting up ads for AdPad, but other than that it was pretty much useless.
Before You Buy
I’ve had this product on my list for a few months now, so it’s possible that the owners are no longer promoting it. When I accessed the members area, there was nothing under the webinar tab, and all bonuses had been unlocked for me despite not paying for them.
The “high value bonuses” were other throw-away products from fellow Warrior Forum gurus. I suspect this is just another abandoned product, ready for the WSO graveyard.
What I Liked
To be fair, I was unfamiliar with AdPad before reading this guide. I suspect that it’s on a list somewhere of “lesser known CPA networks”, but good on these guys for doing a product about a less-used traffic source.
If they had dug deeper into the platform and provided more insight into how to run a profitable campaign, I might have actually liked this product.
What I Didn’t Like
In the introduction video Sam says to contact him if we have any questions. Uhhh, where? There’s no support tab. No support means a lot of you guys are not going to know where to turn when you run into questions. CPA is not a simple way to make money online, especially when you get into tracking conversions and making your campaigns profitable.
There’s also nothing included in the guide about building a website, crafting a squeeze page, or anything outside of the ad network itself. If you don’t have a functioning website with traffic at this point, you’ll need to find that info elsewhere.
Nothing Very Insightful
When purchasing this product, I expected that it would turn me into the “Boss of CPA”. However, CPA Income Boss really just repeats what we all know about PPC advertising.
And just to show you how thin the actual information is in this guide, I’ve broken down the steps into number of pages.
- Step 1: 1 page
- Step 2: 1 page
- Step 3: 4 pages
- Step 4: 7 pages
- Step 5: 1 page
- Step 6: 1 page
- Step 7: 1 page
Actually, for Step 3, which contains 4 pages, here are two of the pages. I’ve blurred out the content, but you can see that there is essentially nothing on these pages!
So the only step with actual, meaty content, is Step 4. Even then, it’s very basic “how to set up an ad” instructions, which I’m sure are available on the AdPad website.
Tracking ads, scaling campaigns, and how to make $300/day are divided in 1 page each! Haha. Teaching tracking in 1 page is just plain silly.
Lots of potential to create a helpful product here was squandered away by another low quality WSO.
If you are tired of seeing the same old dating and make money offers, why not invest your time into building a WordPress blog about your personal interests? By choosing a niche you care about, you can ‘float yourself’ during the building phase until you get profitable.
That’s what I did when I got started.
You can still promote affiliate offers in your niche, and even interact with your visitors in the comment section and social media. Rather than trying to turn a quick dollar with junky CPA ads, focus on building a legitimate online business you can count on for income.
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
The only system I've seen last more than a decade is the same place where I learned how to start an online business. They've been around teaching newbies to make money online since 2006. You can join for free and start your first website in the next couple minutes